Who’s who – launch nights with BournemouthNews.info
All-in-one marketing saves you money! If you are launching a new business, you need good photos, a brilliant website, a fab video and press, press and more press. Our new £499 package went down very well at the launch of Scene Asia last month. Here are the creatives who made it happen.
Suzi is Weekend Content Editor at The Daily Telegraph and during the week, she runs BournemouthNews.info, promoting Bournemouth businesses. She also writes freelance for Bournemouth’s Echo, Do More magazine, The Game and Upraw. Get in touch today for sponsored editorial from just £69. firstname.lastname@example.org
Jody runs EGO Video Productions and specialises in hotels and restaurants. We love his quirky style and hassle-free, in site manner. Check out the food shots in particular in this video – they make your mouth water… http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=PBNqG0VrKBk
Caitilin in studying radio at Bournemouth University and specialises in audio interviews, packages and also manages our enthusiastic team of interns! She can quite often be found on the door with Suzi, managing guestlists and keeping everyone calm with her unruffled manner.
Paddy designed our beautiful invitations and also helps out with projects including internal newsletters and web design. He’s also a DJ, booked to play the O2 Academy next month, supporting James Zabiela at Jamuki. He also designed our price list for other projects – email email@example.com for a copy.
Our two photographers offer the best of both worlds. Sam Baggette, of SamB Photography, can do beautiful food photos and scenery shots. Adam, from Shinobi Pictures, specialises in arty, clubland style photography to show how busy the events are.
Suzie, from Au Naturel Re-Treat Spa at the Yummy Mummy’s Creative Cafe in Winton, runs our VIP room. She makes sure all press and VIPs enjoy the night thoroughly, offering free themed massages and treatments and goody bags featuring items from Bournemouth mum-trepreneurs.
* Thanks too to Ollie Carter, Justin Adams, Jenna Lloyd, Emily McDonald and the interns from Bournemouth’s media school
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